Label: ATCO/Atlantic Records
Front cover: This is in prety good shape. The jacket is a little off-balance and, due to the precise form, it’s not something I can fix completely but I did what I could. It has a cut-out on the right side that I eliminated. Incidentally, while merely noted by it’s 1978 copyright, the version of “Someday We’ll All Be Free” on this album is different from the version on “Extension of a Man”. The track is remixed and the trumpet solo on the original is replaced by a tenor sax solo by David Sanborn. I’m assuming they thought a sax solo would be more appropriate for a single release than a trumpet solo.
Sleeve-front: It’s a simple company sleeve but I like it so it’s here. I removed the label hole and re-colored.
Sleeve-back: The other side. The only difference is the by-line at the bottom.
Back cover: The back’s not bad either. It’s off-balance too but I did what I could.
Labels: Very nice labels. All the yellow is still brilliant so just scanned and uploaded.